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Defect Types and Software Inspection Techniques: A Systematic Mapping Study

Ricardo Theis Geraldi, Edson OliveiraJr
2017 Journal of Computer Science  
Software inspection has been used to guarantee and control the quality of products by detecting defects, which can be spread out throughout the entire software life cycle.  ...  Therefore, the main premise is to identify and reduce the number of defect types in software artifacts during inspections.  ...  design of the pragmatic quality model and question set to SRS Travassos (2014) Software defects: Stay away from them.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2017.470.495 fatcat:gqggtjrml5av3abxov4tmylanq

A SURVEY OF SOFTWARE INSPECTION TECHNOLOGIES [chapter]

OLIVER LAITENBERGER
2002 Handbook of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering  
To be most effective, software inspections need to be fully integrated into the software development process from a technical as well as from a management point of view.  ...  Software inspection is a proven method that enables the detection and removal of defects in software artifacts as soon as these artifacts are created.  ...  null results stored away by unknown researchers [114] .  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812389701_0023 fatcat:a3o5urssczcffmgvwa2awm7lua

Automated Defect Detection and Decision-Support in Gas Turbine Blade Inspection

Jonas Aust, Sam Shankland, Dirk Pons, Ramakrishnan Mukundan, Antonija Mitrovic
2021 Aerospace (Basel)  
Background—In the field of aviation, maintenance and inspections of engines are vitally important in ensuring the safe functionality of fault-free aircrafts.  ...  Originality—The work shows that image-processing approaches have potential value as a method for detecting defects in small data sets.  ...  the proposed inspection tool.  ... 
doi:10.3390/aerospace8020030 fatcat:evbg22jogvaulnjakh2xdd36bu

Defect Analysis and Prevention for Software Process Quality Improvement

Sakthi Kumaresh, R Baskaran
2010 International Journal of Computer Applications  
In software, these expressions translate into the common observation that the longer a defect stays in process, the more expensive it is to fix [10] .  ...  Moreover software defects are expensive and time consuming. The cost of finding and correcting defects represents one of the most expensive software development activities.  ...  Defect Prevention Defect prevention is an important activity in any software project. The purpose of Defect Prevention is to identify the cause of defects and prevent them from recurring.  ... 
doi:10.5120/1218-1759 fatcat:iolobc2o7fbd7pb25h5v7alzoa

A Statistical Analysis of Defects in Debian and Strategies for Improving Quality in Free Software Projects [chapter]

Martin Michlmayr, Anthony Senyard
2006 The Economics of Open Source Software Development  
It has been argued that free software and open source projects benefit from a high level of user involvement.  ...  In this chapter we present a number of statistical analyses based on over 7,000 defect reports that have been recorded about the free software project Debian.  ...  He argues that they have a very slim chance of ever getting resolved but take away valuable time from volunteers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-044452769-1/50006-8 fatcat:zucd2sxgwvdg5bflknudfuvvmm

Empirical validation of a usability inspection method for model-driven Web development

Adrian Fernandez, Silvia Abrahão, Emilio Insfran
2013 Journal of Systems and Software  
The statistical analysis and meta-analysis of the data obtained separately from each experiment indicated that WUEP is more effective and efficient than HE in the detection of usability problems.  ...  Empirical validation of a usability inspection method for model-driven Web development.  ...  He is currently a Research Affiliate at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) of the Carnegie-Mellon University (USA), and formerly performed research stays at the University of Twente (the Netherlands  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2012.07.043 fatcat:ncxzxq4ggfbf3h277efulsnt6u

Dependable Software [chapter]

Bertrand Meyer
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Achieving software reliability takes many complementary techniques, directed at the process or at the products. This survey summarizes some of the most fruitful ideas.  ...  The discussion of CMMI benefited from the work of Peter Kolb in the preparation of another ETH course, "Software Engineering for Outsourced and Offshored Development".  ...  Acknowledgments The material in this chapter derives in part from the slides for an ETH industry course on Testing and Software Quality Assurance prepared with the help of Ilinca Ciupa, Andreas Leitner  ... 
doi:10.1007/11808107_1 fatcat:ehca7xxpmfhqdjfbu6wsqakl4y

Past, present and future of robotic tunnel inspection

R. Montero, J.G. Victores, S. Martínez, A. Jardón, C. Balaguer
2015 Automation in Construction  
This paper presents the key aspects of tunnel inspection and a survey of the developed robotic tunnel inspection systems up to date.  ...  Nowadays, the vast majority of the tunnel inspection processes are performed manually by qualified operators.  ...  The software of the system also allows the data from two different inspection runs to be rapidly compared, and structural changes and wall lining defects to be assessed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.autcon.2015.02.003 fatcat:w5tg6uvabvcrtmtduvgpkf73ke

Improving Validation Activities in a Global Software Development [chapter]

Christof Ebert, Casimiro Hernandez Parro, Roland Suttels, Harald Kolarczyk
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
and less defects introduced.  ...  Global software development challenges traditional techniques of software engineering, such as peer reviews or teamwork.  ...  Effective coaches consider main learning effects from past projects and relate them to available process expertise of the respective teams being coached.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44704-0_7 fatcat:2z2pxfowy5bprlb55o3eik2pme

Aspects of Software Quality Assurance in Open Source Software Projects: Two Case Studies from Apache Project

Dindin Wahyudin, Alexander Schatten, Dietmar Winkler, Stefan Biffl
2007 33rd EUROMICRO Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (EUROMICRO 2007)  
Open source software (OSS) solutions provide missioncritical services to industry and government organizations.  ...  This paper provides a preliminary exploration to improve our understanding of software quality practices in different types of OSS projects.  ...  Hence, they usually run the latest available code to spot defects and stay away from unstable features [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/euromicro.2007.19 dblp:conf/euromicro/WahyudinSWB07 fatcat:hdfpwffnmvbuzpwc3kaltgs3q4

Team Exploratory Testing Sessions

Soili Saukkoriipi, Ilkka Tervonen
2012 ISRN Software Engineering  
The team is the key factor that gives the approach its value and distinguishes it from basic ET. The team enables greater access to expertise, experience, and information.  ...  The sessions may be focused on different purposes; they can contribute to finding defects or learning the system, for example. With careful parameter definition, the approach's risks are mitigated.  ...  The major goal in ET and software inspection is to discover defects and do it with team working, for example.  ... 
doi:10.5402/2012/324838 fatcat:l4bjbb52ijgmxaonzquglz3nuu

Architecture prototyping in the software engineering environment

W. E. Beregi
1984 IBM Systems Journal  
Defects introduced during design are often manually re- moved from the product by means of inspections’? before the next level of design begins.  ...  Although this process contributes to good software quality, the lack of tools and precision at several stages hinders us from reaching zero defects. Defects in the software craft.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.231.0004 fatcat:2cjdxotmxzdtriomqiu3qulqky

SOFTWARE PROJECT MANAGEMENT [chapter]

VLADAN DEVEDZIC
2002 Handbook of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering  
The idea has been to provide a balanced coverage of the issues from both the manager's and the developer's perspectives.  ...  The introductory section merely introduces the issues and the context within which the other sections discuss them. Each of the remaining sections covers one of the issues in more detail.  ...  Drifting away from the predefined overall course of the organization is interpreted as a lack of loyality that may lead to the organization's instability, and is not tolerated.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812389701_0019 fatcat:tn6aih5f5ve3tdyw74fb6aogpe

Software Project Management [chapter]

2008 The Making of Information Systems  
The idea has been to provide a balanced coverage of the issues from both the manager's and the developer's perspectives.  ...  The introductory section merely introduces the issues and the context within which the other sections discuss them. Each of the remaining sections covers one of the issues in more detail.  ...  Drifting away from the predefined overall course of the organization is interpreted as a lack of loyality that may lead to the organization's instability, and is not tolerated.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-79261-1_8 fatcat:wonwra43mfdt5n53b2ussysjny

Software project management [chapter]

2004 Practical E-Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management  
The idea has been to provide a balanced coverage of the issues from both the manager's and the developer's perspectives.  ...  The introductory section merely introduces the issues and the context within which the other sections discuss them. Each of the remaining sections covers one of the issues in more detail.  ...  Drifting away from the predefined overall course of the organization is interpreted as a lack of loyality that may lead to the organization's instability, and is not tolerated.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-075066272-7/50017-8 fatcat:yd5b3knzorbmnkv2hbbgyozikq
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